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Bright Pattern Selected as Finalist for ‘Disruptive Technology Solution of the Year’ for CCW Excellence Awards

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Bright Pattern has been selected by Customer Contact Week, the world’s largest customer contact event, as a finalist for Disruptive Technology Solution of the Year

Bright Pattern, leading provider of AI-powered omnichannel cloud contact center software, announces its placement as a finalist for the 2020 CCW Disruptive Technology Solution of the Year Award for Omni QM, the first omnichannel quality management software that allows companies to monitor the quality of 100% of customer interactions on all channels.

The winner will be announced at CCW, the world’s largest customer experience event of the year. The Excellence Awards honor, recognize, and promote companies who drive innovation through superior customer experience performance. The Disruptive Technology Solution of the Year award is dedicated to recognizing innovative industry-leading thinking, creativity, and execution of effortless and personal customer experience technology.

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Bright Pattern Omni QM

  • 100% Comprehensive Omnichannel Quality Monitoring – AI to monitor every single interaction on every channel (chat, voice, SMS, email, messengers, and bots).
  • Omnichannel Micro-Level Monitoring – Measure and improve the quality of individual interactions on any channel. Interactions can be measured for sentiment and CSAT automatically. Supervisors can use Omni QM to identify low quality interactions, review recordings of the interaction, score, grade, and coach agents to improve quality.
  • Omnichannel Macro-Level Quality Monitoring – In a simple dashboard, Supervisors, Directors, and VPs of CX can review sentiment and CSAT by channel type (calls vs. bots vs. text messages), by journey type ( mortgages vs. credit cards), by customer segment (gold vs. new customers), or agent pool (Omaha agents vs at-home agents).
  • “In-the-Moment” Omnichannel Quality Management – Instantly route interactions below target SLA’s (low sentiment or CSAT) to an agent with specific skill sets such as “retention specialist”. Proactively reach out to customers for quick resolution. Additionally, interactions below target SLAs can be routed to supervisors so that individual agents can be scored and coached to improve service.

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The solution identifies sentiment using Bright Pattern AI as well as best-of-breed AI from Google, IBM Watson, Lex, and Microsoft. Bright Pattern’s Omni QM provides unique functionality for today’s digital world.

Bright Pattern Omni QM is being used by one of the most innovative private healthcare organizations in Australia to offer high-quality patient care on traditional and emerging channels. The company needed innovative quality management that could evaluate 100% of customer interaction on every channel. “Omni QM is better than Verint because it can do all of our QA for every channel, all in one user interface,” said the Head of Customer Experience. “I really like the omnichannel form designer and how easy it is to build eval questions.”

“Most organizations struggle to evaluate the quality of interactions on non-voice channels,” said Michael McCloskey, CEO of Bright Pattern. “And those that do turn to multiple siloed solutions that are costly to set-up and manage, and don’t provide a comprehensive view of quality across channels. Bright Pattern is the first to provide an all-in-one platform for omnichannel conversations and omnichannel quality management powered with artificial intelligence. The Bright Pattern solution allows supervisors to effortlessly monitor all customer interactions with AI, and score and coach agents regardless of physical location which is increasingly important now with the current pandemic.”

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